Order XVII - Miscellaneous : Supreme Court Rules 2013



What are the Miscellaneous Provisions? Order XVII of Supreme Court Rules 2013

Order XVII of Supreme Court Rules 2013 : "Miscellaneous"

1. The filing of a special leave petition or an appeal shall not prevent execution of the decree or order appealed against but the Court, may, subject to such terms and conditions as it may think fit to impose, order a stay of execution of the decree or order, or order a stay of proceedings, in any case under appeal to the Court.

2. A party to a special leave petition or an appeal who appears shall furnish the Registrar complete postal address (and e-mail address, if any) which shall be treated as his registered address for service and all documents left at that address, or sent by registered post to that address, shall be deemed to have been duly served. If the party docs not have an e-mail address, a statement to that effect shall be made.


3. In cases where intervention is allowed by the Court, the intervener or interveners shall be entitled to receive documents produced and relied upon by the petitioner (s), unless directed otherwise by the Court. The intervener (s) may make oral submissions with the leave of the Court.




Order I - Interpretation etc

Order II - Offices of the Court sittings and vacation etc

Order III - Officers of the court etc

Order IV - Advocates

Order V - Business in chambers



Order VI - Constitution of Division Courts and Powers of a Single Judge

Order VII - Proceedings by or against minors or persons of unsound mind

Order VIII - Documents

Order IX - Affidavits

Order X - Inspection, Search etc



Order XI - Notices of Motion

Order XII - Judgments, Decrees and Orders

Order XIII - Copying

Order XIV - Payment into and out of court of suitors funds

Order XV - Petitions Generally




Order XVI - Hearing of Appeals

Order XVII - Miscellaneous

Order XVIII - Appeals and Applications by indigent person


Order XIX - Appeals on Certificate by High Court


Order XX - Criminal Appeals

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